ICYMI. 5 top media news stories you need on your radar this week. This week includes headlines from TechCrunch, Axios, and more.
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Media Insider: Reporters Without Borders Sues Facebook, News Corp to Buy IBD, Axios Partners With Telemundo
Also in the media news recap, Medium has offered voluntary buyouts to all of its editorial staff.
ICYMI. This week’s roundup of media news includes stories from Axios, NPR, Digiday, and more.
Media Insider: Al Jazeera Launches Conservative Platform, Facebook Restores News Sharing in Australia
We’re rounding up the big media industry headlines from the week, including unions, acquisitions, and new ventures. Read the full recap.
Media Insider: Mark Cuban to Launch Podcast App, Three Gannett Newspapers Unionize, NY Times Invests in Digital Games
ICYMI. We’re recapping big media headlines from the week, including a resurgence of live blogging and updates on Australia’s media bill.
Media Insider: Forbes Launches Newsletter Platform, NBCUniversal to Shutter Sports Network, Facebook News Launches in UK
ICYMI. Here are 5 media stories from this week that you might have missed, including a new media venture to expand local news for communities of color.
Media Insider: Google Gives $3 Million to News Orgs, Feds Investigate Threats on Journalists, Bustle Explores Going Public
Also among the top media stories of the week, Matt Thompson was named editor of NYT’s new journalism venture, Headway.
Media Insider: Facebook Creating News Tool, Local News Outlets Boost Digital Subscriptions, Tiny News Collective Launches
ICYMI: Rolling Stone, Billboard and Vibe are merging business sides. Learn more in the weekly media news roundup.
Media Insider: Bloomberg Launches Streaming Service, Quartz Sold to CEO and Staff, LA Times Settles Discrimination Case
Here’s our recap of some of the big headlines in the media industry this week.
Media Insider: Report Details Threats to Local Journalism, Salt Lake Tribune Moves to Weekly, ViacomCBS Forms Kids’ Content Division
Before you start your weekend, catch up on the week’s big media industry headlines with the Media Insider recap.
Media Insider: Business Insider to Buy Morning Brew, WaPo Launches Vote Tracking Tool, ProPublica Expands in the West
Catch up on the week’s big media industry headlines.
Media Insider: California Revises Freelancer Law, Survey on Americans’ Trust in Media, The New Paper Launches News Digest Via Text
We’re recapping some of the biggest media industry headlines of the week. Among them, Fox News saw ad revenues rise more than 44% from May through July.
ICYMI. Here are a few of the big headlines in the media industry this week.
Media Insider: More Newsroom Layoffs Expected, NYT Buys Serial Productions, Twitter Confirms Subscription Test
Also among the week’s top media news, research shows that reporting on the pandemic is impacting journalists’ mental health.
Media Insider: SBA Releases Media Loan Info, Facebook Meets With Boycott Leaders, LION Partners With Google on Startup Labs
ICYMI: U.S. media companies are investing in China coverage and NBCUniversal News has set new diversity goals.
Media Insider: Tech Giants Bet Big on Podcasts, ACLU Files Suit Over ‘Fake News’ Laws, Editors Piece Together Fall Magazines
Here’s a recap of some of the top media industry headlines from the week.
Media Insider: News Outlets Sue Small Business Administration, Condé Nast Announces Layoffs, Plain Dealer Dissolves News Guild
ICYMI. 5 top media stories you need on your radar this week, including audio plans at Apple News+.
Media Insider: Axios Returns PPP Loan, Publishers Increase Facebook Ads, LMA Launches Chicago News Collaborative
Also in the week’s media news roundup: Curbed will merge into New York Mag.
Media Insider: Coronavirus Traffic Bump Stalls, L.A. Times Furloughs Staffers, Meredith Launches Two Magazines
ICYMI. Although the coronavirus continues to deeply impact the media industry, some publishers are pushing forward with new ventures.
Media Insider: Facebook Pledges $100M to Help News Outlets, Lee Enterprises Announces Pay Cuts, McClatchy Reinstates Paywall
COVID-19 continues to impact publishers’ ad revenues, causing layoffs, furloughs, and pay cuts across the industry. It’s also impacting podcast listening.